La Dimora delle Fate *****
Located in Miggiano in the province of Lecce, Dimora dell Fate is a luxury boutique hotel close to the most popular tourist attractions bathing spots in Salento. The structure has been restored from a 3-floor historic farmhouse residence. Careful restructuring has allowed the hotel to retain the original architectural characteristics found in Lecco and it is furnished with locally hand-crafted furniture and fabrics. The hotel is perfect for those who are looking for a relaxing, calm break. In the hotel structure there is an intimate Spa which boasts an indoor pool, a sauna, a Turkish bath, chromotherapy and a specially dedicated massage area where you can undergo couples’ massages. On the roof of the hotel clients can make use of the solarium and take advantage of the Salento sun in privacy.
In the hotel structure there is an intimate Spa which boasts an indoor pool, a sauna, a Turkish bath, chromotherapy and a specially dedicated massage area where, upon booking, you can undergo couples’ massages.
The suites in Dimora delle Fate are divided into two types, Exclusive (35sqm) and Presidential (50sqm), all are fitted with a bath with a jacuzzi tub with chromotherapy, a 50” flat-screen TV, a minibar, a safe and Wi-Fi.
Dinner is available upon booking at the Dimora delle Fate and can be eaten poolside or on the Roof Garden.
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The prime position of Miggiano, in the heart of Salento, makes it a great starting point for those who wish to explore the many natural, artistic and tourist hotspots in the region. One of which, just a few minutes away by car is Santa Maria di Leuca on the tip of the heel of Italy’s boot with a coast made up of rocky cliffs and white sandy beaches. On the Ionic Sea, just 30 km away is Gallipoli one of the most beautiful and charming centres of Salento, from an architectural, historical and naturalistic point of view. A little further, but definitely worth the visit, are Otranto and Lecce. The first is an ancient town with an imposing Aragonese castle, The Cathedral of Annunziata and the Church of San Pietro, one of the most beautiful byzantine structures in Puglia. The second, Lecce, was defined by the historian Gregorovius as “the Florence of the south” because of its stunning historical centre and the baroque architecture of the buildings. The city is full of statues, churches and historic squares.